Volunteering Time and Skills

Published On January 10, 2018 | By Prentice Thomas & Assoc. | News & Events

PTA field director Nate Mountjoy volunteered his time and services during an investigation of exposed artifacts from a drained lake in Vernon Parish, Louisiana. Accompanyed by Johnny Guy who is the president of the West Louisiana Archaeology Club and leading the investigation, and  Dr. Joseph B. Mountjoy of Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico), Nate was able to assist by using new techniques he has recently implemented during Phase II testing projects in north-central Louisiana.

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PTA Field Supervisors interviewing local informant during Phase II investigations in north-central Louisiana

PTA Field Supervisors (Nate Mountjoy – center; Aemie Nash – left) interviewing local informant (right) during Phase II investigations in north-central Louisiana

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About The Author

Lee has worked in the CRM industry for 15 years and has overseen and participated in all stages, from start to finish, of a number of projects. She has extensive experience in report and document preparation and production, spreadsheet and database creation, and historical research. She has filled the role of project manager for various projects since 2009 and was responsible for directing daily operations and staff development and training. Her area of specialty include federal, state, and local regulations, particularly federal acquisitions regulations (FAR), DCAA compliance, and Department of Labor and Wages.

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